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Here you'll find information about some recent and upcoming eclipses of the Sun and Moon.
Details on the observatories and the advanced technology solar telescope with results of the long term investigation of the sun and archive facilities.
Multimedia magazine containing space topics such as Life on Mars, the Solar System, Earth moon, Sun system and links to other space websites
Learn about the sun and view clips from the BBC about the sun
A simple explanation of why the sky appears blue when the sun is high and red at sunset. A brief description is given of a home experiment to demonstrate the effect.
A brief explanation of why the setting sun may sometimes be seen to emit a distinct green flash.
A selection of figure about the sun.
Nicolaus Copernicus (1473 - 1543) was a Polish astronomer who understood that the Sun (not the Earth) is at rest in the centre of the Universe.
Nicolaus Copernicus (1473 - 1543) provided a model of the universe in which the earth and all the other planets orbit around the sun and the earth acquired a daily rotation, but the sun itself was ...
Take a journey with us to the Sun and around its neighbourhood.
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